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Purdue and Indiana universities may be rivals on the gridiron, but they’re collaborating in the classroom. In August, these universities will offer a MS-MBA in Food and Agribusiness Management. Here, 30 students will participate in the only MBA program that focuses exclusively on agribusiness. During this 27-month program, students will study how MBA concepts like marketing and finance can be applied to the agriculture industry. 85% of the coursework will be provided online, though students will serve week-long residencies at Indiana, Purdue, and internationally.

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Maria Taft, 36, and Todd Swanson, 38, met in 2003 at Stanford Graduate School of Business when they were studying for their MBA degrees. Taft, owner of Goodman Taft, an art advisory firm, and Swanson, chairman of of Xinergy, a coal company in Knoxville, Tenn., married Saturday. Source: NYT

Juliette Wallack, 30, an MBA from Columbia Business School, and David Metz, 29, an MBA from New York University, were married on Saturday. Wallack works in marketing for Bloomberg, the financial news service, while Metz is a consultant for ZS Associates in New York. Source: NYT

Shoshana Parker, 32, and Ari Fridman, 29, an MBA from Boston College, were married on Sunday. Parker is a senior research manager in the public affairs and corporate communications department of GIK, while Fridman is counsel for oversight and investigations at the House Foreign Affairs Committee in Washington, D.C. Source: NYT

Susan Chapman, 44, an MBA from the University of Wisconsin, and Christopher Hughes, were married on Saturday. Chapman is a senior vice president at American Express, while Hughes is a career advisor at Monroe College. Source: NYT

Michel Fox, 28, and Brandon Blum, 33, an MBA from Fordham University, were married on Saturday. Fox is a product manager for Departures, the magazine, while Blum is an associate director for Joy Construction Company in New York. Source: NYT

Jennifer Lewis, 29, and Christopher Buell, 29, an MBA from Northeastern University, were married Saturday. Lewis is a senior policy analyst at Abt Associates, while Buell is a bond fund analyst at Wellington Management in Boston.

Alan Koenigsberg, 45, an MBA from Nova Southeastern University, and John Dotto, 41, an MBA from Pace University, were married on Saturday. Koenigsberg is a managing director at JPMorgan Chase in New York, while Dotto is a vice president for American Express in charge of digital marketing for Open. the small business division.


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